Michelle Wie has an estimated net worth of twelve million. Michelle Sung Wie came into this world in Honolulu, Hawaii on October eleven, 1989. Wie is a professional American golfer, who was probably the youngest individual to ever qualify for the USGA amateur championship in the age of ten. She was also probably the youngest winner of the US Female's Amateur and the youngest to qualify for an LPGA tour event. She started playing golf in the age of four. When she became the youngest individual to ever qualify for the USGA national championship she kept the title for eight years, until it had been broken by a girl that was eleven months younger compared to Wie had been. In 2002 she received the Hawaii State Open Female's Division. On October five, 2005 a week ahead of the 16th birthday celebration Wie of her announced she was turning professional. She enrolled in Stanford Faculty in 2007 upon graduating high school, but as professional golfer she wasn't allowed to play for Stanford's golf group. On November fifteen, 2009 Wie won her very first professional unique tournament. The Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Guadalajara, Mexico. This's an elite limited subject event on the LPGA tour. This marked Wie's 81st professional tournament and her 66th LPGA tour event.
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